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, yes. >> they are concerned for their son, sammy. >> sammy got sick. >> but he hasn't had had it yet? >> he don't get malaria. >> can you turn it on? >> with the help of a flashlight, sammy and his family took us inside their darkened hut and showed us the torn mosquito night that they all sleep under every night. it offers little protection because of the hole. if a child does develop ma layer raw, immediate treatment can mean the difference between life and death. >> it's the number one killer for those under five. >> this doctor trained at the san francisco's trauma institute, learning the latest techniques for healing fractures but most of the children are suffering from extreme complications from malaria. families often don't reach the emergency hospital until the symptoms are already severe. >> they are rushed in gasping, requiring urgent blood transfusions. >> but help could soon be on the way from the bay area. a researcher has developed a synthetic farm of the most commonly used ma layer raw front. in partnership with one world help and the bill and ma linda gates foundation
mitted by sammy m. and you will be seeing many scenes like this first thing in the morning. fog has become pretty thick out there. the north bay and down to the peninsula, i want to show you the current visibilities. it is down to an 8th of a mile. let me show you the live picture of the way it looks. this is the bay bridge toll plaza. you can barely see the cars driving into the fog. give yourself some extra time. drive with caution. as you look at the other visibilities, you will notice that is a quarter of a mile in novato. fog is reducing visibility in mountain view. an eighth of a mile at the san jose airport. sfo, not so bad. an eight-mile visibility. we are certainly going to face a potential for some delays at the airports first thing tomorrow morning. the temperatures right now ranging from 38 in napa to the low 50s in san francisco, oakland and half moon bay. the areas of dense fog tonight. strong winds developing tomorrow with a high wind warning going into affect for the hills. it will continue until thursday afternoon. the lower elevations as i mentioned earlier in the
was that clearer than in baseball's home run binge year, 1998. mark mcgwire of the cardinals and sammy sosa of the cubs blasting moon shots every other night and igniting baseball. years later, mcgwire would admit he hit those home runs on steroids. >> i wish i had never played in that era. i wish we had drug testing. >> reporter: major league baseball began testing for steroids in 2003. a full nine years later comes the blood test for hgh, long after all-star pitchers andy pettitte and roger clemens were linked to hgh by baseball's own investigation. baseball and its players are expected to announce the unprecedented new policy on tuesday. tony guida, cbs news, new york. >>> this morning, on "the early show," the latest on the alleged home-grown terrorist alleged of plotting bombs in new york city. i'm terrell brown. and this is the "cbs morning news." psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fas
will be in the morning. >>> and we gotd a birthday girl. what's your name? >> sammy. >> how old are you today? >> 10. >> double digits. all right. cool! happy birthday. very nice. mr. lauer? >> mr. roker, thank you. when we come back how you can own some never before seen footage of marilyn monroe and some of the icon's other personal items. but first, these messages. ♪ ugh... ugh... ♪ aahh. aaahh! you will win this. faster, faster. ♪ yes. [grunting noise] the target 2-day sale starts next friday morning at midnight. are you ready? has focused on making the best-tasting... sour cream for over four generations. it's made with farm-fresh cream that's 100% natural. no preservatives. and no added hormones. ♪ do-do a dollop of daisy lucky for you, air optix brand has a lens approved for up to 30 days and nights of continuous wear. that's why we recommend them most for people who sleep in their lenses. visit airoptix.com for a free one-month trial offer. ♪ [ grandma ] ok. ♪ ah. then we will all do it together. treats. teets...teets...teets... yeah. look at this. [ female announcer ] it seems l
district in new york, dr. sammy jaffrey a pharmacologist and faculty member at cornell college has developed a promising new technology for studying r.n.a. in cells and has just started a biotech exen, all with n.i.h. support. time and time again, basic research has been a game changer and economic incubator. take the biotechnology company genentech, for example. it was founded on discoveries made in our universities and those discoveries were made with financial support of grants from the national institute of health. and those federal funds proved to be a very good investment. the company has created over 11,000 jobs and the company created products that have had mauge effects on the health and economic well being of our nation. they develop drugs that treat certain leukemia, arthritis, and breast cancer. n.i.h.-funded research has also had a major impact on the lives of those suffering from multiple sclerosis. m.s. is a painful disease that often strikes young women with children. thanks to n.i.h. research, drugs have been developed that are now in the marketplace that mean m.s.
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